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Call for Participants For The 7-Day Allyship Challenge


CEJI is looking for 5 participants (18-25 years old) respectively from Belgium, Italy, Romania and Spain for a total of 20 participants to take part in the 7-Day Allyship Challenge.


In the framework of the EU-funded project Relation, CEJI is looking for people between 18-25 years old to take part in an awareness educational campaign. Participants will work with staff members to develop public awareness on combating antisemitism, racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance and understanding of Jewish life as well as create a campaign running in the month of May.

The 7-day Allyship challenge allows for approaching sensitive topics in a safe and brave environment. The activity enables participants to improve their relationships with people from diverse cultural and/or religious backgrounds. By making them aware of their relationships with others, analysing the complexity of intercultural relations, and finding ways of optimising and living diversity at its fullest.

Specific tasks include

• Participation in a 3-hours online workshop;
• Development of an action plan for the Challenge;
• Actively taking part in the 7-Day Challenge between 8th to 12th of May 2023.


• Good knowledge of social platforms functioning (including but not limited to Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube).
• Excellent organisational and interpersonal skills.
• Resourceful, determined, and diligent in the search for information.
• Detail-oriented in note-taking and keeping good records.
• Proactive to take initiative and solve problems.
• Interest and a good understanding of the manifestations of discrimination.
• Ability to work independently and with an international team.

Participants will be able to work with innovative tools that will help to explore the diversity of their local Jewish communities. The objective is to value diversity and equity. Each participant will receive a compensation of €60,00

Start Date: May 2nd, 2023

Application Procedure: Send CV and letter of motivation to Stéphanie Lecesne, Training Coordinator – stephanie.lecesne@ceji.org by April 12th, 2023 at 17:00 CET.

The selection will be done in a transparent, inclusive and accessible format in order to include participants from diverse backgrounds, including: race, ethnicity, language, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, disability, gender, socio-economical socio-cultural backgrounds or any other identity traits.

Click here to download the call for participants in PDF.

CEJI’s mission is to make a Jewish contribution to an inclusive Europe through diversity education, anti-discrimination advocacy, and facilitating Jewish participation. www.ceji.org

Relation is a project funded by the European Union that aims at defining an innovative strategy against modern antisemitism. This two-year project puts in place a set of educational activities in Belgium, Italy, Spain and Romania as well as online actions in order to tackle modern antisemitism.

Relation is a project coordinated by Fondazione Centro Di Documentazione Ebraica Contemporanea (CDEC) in partnership with CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, Comunitat Jueva Bet Shalom De Catalunya (Bet Shalom), Fondazione Hallgarten-Franchetti Centro Studi Villa Montesca (FCSVM), Institutul Intercultural Timisoara (IIT), Universita Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore (UCSC) and Universita Degli Studi Di Milano (UMIL).